Original BBJ3 Platform Was 757-200/300

 - October 9, 2006, 7:10 AM

The original BBJ3, which was proposed in early 2000, was going to be a 7,000-nm aircraft based on the 757-200 fuselage and 757-300 wing. But the project was shelved in late 2001, a victim of cost reductions at Boeing, according to then BBJ president Lee Monson.

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